The children in school enjoyed this story last week. We had lots of fun retelling and acting out the story and couldn’t believe that the little mouse made such a big difference!!
Here are a few samples of our home learning fun last week:
Nina’s amazing puppets
Rowan is very proud of his first attempt at a puppet show.
Yes….it’s Olivia and her puppets again!!
Olivia impressed her Mummy with the amount of writing she did too.
Katie’s very impressive work.
Bae’s wonderful list of characters.
Look at Nina’s perseverance in writing.
Hugo completed the missing numbers up to 100!
Peggy and Dolly did lots of work on using positional language.
Another great effort from the children and families in Class 1 this week. I am really looking forward to sharing the fabulous story sacks that have been made as part of our home learning expedition. Watch this space and we will share them soon.
On the 8th May 2020 it will be 75 years since the guns fell silent at the end of the war in Europe. It will be an opportunity for us all to remember the enormous sacrifices that were made at home and abroad and to joyously celebrate as people did 75 years ago, the arrival of peace in Europe.
In commemoration of this the school is celebrating the day by asking you to send us a photograph of what your child has been doing in preparation for VE day at home. For example maybe a VE day themed drawing, flag making, dressing up in a red, white or blue theme, making bunting or if the weather is nice having a picnic lunch or afternoon tea in the garden.
We have put lots of links, activities and videos on our home learning site if you need some inspiration.
If we could have your photos by the latest Wednesday 6 May to email@example.com